I just want to recommend reading a blog post I found on KDE: A school in the southeast of England, began switching its student-facing computers to GNU/Linux. Stuart Jarvis interviewed the school’s Network Manager, Malcolm Moore. I think it’s an excelent case study to refer to.
Here are some gems:
To the question what caused the descision [...]
Time for edu news again. Here’s what I collected in February:
Community CC licenced FS promo material at the FLOSS Competence Center Network, they started to provide some creative commons licensed promo material to spread the word. Pressing need for FS skills Well, I admit, the source for this news item might be seen as [...]
After last year’s edu-team report, here is a brief summary of what the Edu-Team did in 2012. I’ve tried to keep it as short as possible at the risk that some things might not be clear. Please point me to these cases that I can explain them sufficiently.
Talks and similar activities
The edu-team members [...]
Surveying Prism Reflector (cc-by 2.0)
The OSS Watch Research Technologies Service published their bi-yearly “National Software Survey 2010″.
I haven’t heard about it before and I didn’t even had the chance to read it thoroughly, but it looks as if it contains a lot of useful information. It would be good to have such [...]
Another qualification day for the EURO2012 in Free Software with proposed results.
sick man (cc-by 2.0)
FSFE president Karsten Gerloff recently wrote a blog post about the situation in the UK. He writes “Britain is the sick man of Europe in terms of Free Software adoption.” The results below agree with this. I think [...]